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Old 04-16-2021, 01:19 PM   #1
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San-T-Flush has stopped working

We've been parked for several months now and our tank sensors have been getting worse and worse. Now our Tecma flush pad will turn red, not allowing us to flush even when the BLACK tank is 1/2 full. We do have a second toilet that remains green or orange while the problem child is red.

I'm hoping that once we get moving the sensor issues will clear up. The last few times we have been able to get the pad back to green by running the San-T-Flush.

Today, the San-T-Flush does not work. There is plenty of water pressure but there is no noise and very, very little water coming out of the drain hose.

Has anyone seen this before and know the fix?
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Old 04-16-2021, 03:00 PM   #2
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Usually the small holes in the nozzle plugged.

I haven't had the pleasure 'yet'!
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Old 04-17-2021, 01:22 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by 96 Wideglide View Post
Usually the small holes in the nozzle plugged.

I haven't had the pleasure 'yet'!
Yep, the holes in the nozzle are likely plugged. Just empty black tank first, dose it with liberal amount of Simple Green and some water, take the nozzle out and clean it, and recaulk it in place. Not a bad job.
Your first challenge might be to find where in the black tank it is located.
Good luck!
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